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Mr. Artie Csonka emigrated from Hungary in the 1950s. Upon arriving in New York City, he immediately went to a restaurant and ordered a Coca Cola. Much to his shock, it was the foulest drink he had ever tasted. After that disappointment, he became a traveling magician, The Hat Man, specializing in chapeaugraphy, where he would manipulate felt hats and portray immigrant characters. His most loved, Ziggy Datz, "from somevhere over dere."

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